The Chicago Police Department will add a new layer of review of its officers next year, evaluating not only job performance, but attitudes and interactions with the public, the Chicago Tribune reports.

The department issued a general order with specific examples, such as failing to stop a suspect or angrily dealing with the public that could lead to "requires improvement" or "unacceptable" marks on a performance review.

The poorest performers could be terminated, according to a department spokesman.

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